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MANILA, Philippines - Kim Dotcom has backed up his promise to reward Mega bug hunters with mega money.
On February 9, Mega put up a post on their site announcing the results of the first week of their vulnerability reward program. The post explained both the criteria for the bounties as well as the bugs found and squashed during the first week of this bug bounty hunt.
Mega's post outlines 6 types of vulnerabilities, based off the severity of issue found:
The post also mentions the result of the first week, with no class V or VI vulnerabilities found. A number of other vulnerabilities were found in classes I through IV and were, as the post puts it, "fixed within hours."
Kim Dotcom also retweeted something from The Hacker News that lent credence to the allure of the vulnerability reward program: someone actually posting their reward email on Twitter. While it wasn't the grand bug that would lead to a 10,000 Euro (US$14,000) payday, it did show a 1000 Euro (approximately US$1337, which stands for 'Elite' in computer leetspeak) reward for the recipient. - Rappler.com
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